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Baileys' Range
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920 Olive St St Louis, MO 63101
920 Olive StUSMOSt Louis63101
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A modern burger menu plus fixings & ice cream parlor treats in colorful updated-industrial digs.- Google
People talk about grass-fed beef, shakes, burger joint, beer selection and cheese sauce
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Jill LeBlanc
reviewed 2 months ago
Liked it a lot! I love knowing the meats are from grass fed cattle & organic! Unfortunately the burgers are a bit small, & the couple we brought with us last time were expecting a typical 6-8 oz patty. They were disappointed with the size for the price, which I understand and kind of agree. It's a gourmet burger, but it's a burger nonetheless. So when you go, be ready to peruse a large menu of unique burger offerings, but also know it's not your typical pub burger - you are paying for a healthier, cleaner meal, which to some of us is worth the extra expense.
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Pinky Chan
reviewed 4 months ago
This place is amazing. I wish I could take this place back to NYC. Although the staff wasn't quite as friendly since they were glaring at our luggage (we just checked out of a hotel nearby), lucky for them the food helped this place get a 5 star rating. The atmosphere was very hip and unique with all the jars as cups and glassware for water. Since I am a big sauce lover I love the fact that they put their sauces in those cute little jars and we have to scoop it out. I had the American burger which was very unique to me because it had mac and cheese with the beef patty. When I bit into it, the different textures really screamed out to me. The chicken wings weren't so unique though, tasted like those chicken legs at chinese dimsum places but the price was definitely higher than the dimsum ones lol. I LOVED the fact that they burgers were NOT soggy. So many burger places have buns that are soggy in oil yuck. But this place was so good! Espresso shake really made my day though. Just the right amount of kick to jumpstart a lazy afternoon. It was very thick, which i LOVE. I hate those skimpy shakes, and this was most certainly was not a skimpy shake.
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Marcus Dortch
reviewed 5 months ago
After reading the reviews on this place I was really excited about trying their burgers. The decor of the place was amazing. The service was great due to the amount of people who were there during the lunch time ruse. Now to the food. I ordered the Smoke Bomb burger and had bacon added. The combination of ingredients really brought out the taste of the burger. The only reason why i give them an okay score is because of the size of the burgers. I know they are gourmet which in my eyes, I expect better quality meat and toppings. But in this case I received a smaller sized burger on a complimentary sized bun. Now there is what I call the "burger to bun ratio". This refers to the size of the meat in ratio to where the bread ends. I was told they make their own bread which is delicious but the size of the smaller bun eludes me to think that I am getting overall smaller portions because the meat is centered in the middle and the otter ridges of the buns almost touch each other because of the absence of meat. I finished my meal that came with fries by the way but I was left with this somewhat empty feeling as for the money i spent on burgers, fries, and a lemonade that i should not have this feeling needing something else to satisfy my hunger. Maybe i should have ordered a milkshake instead of the lemonade.
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Matthew Hundley
reviewed a month ago
As a vegetarian there's really only one burger I indulge in here and that's their black bean burger - which is pretty amazing. Their fries and various ketchup options are great. Their shakes are so good that I will break my milk fast for them. A place I've been with family and friends.
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Thomas Felder
reviewed a month ago
Great food, menu and ok drinks. I like the atmosphere of the location. The only thing I didn't like was the meat to bread ratio was not to great.
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Matt Riney
reviewed 2 months ago
Went this past weekend. It was just OK. The fries were old, it took about 35-40 minutes to get our food, and the burger wasn't what I hoped for. The shake and drink I had was good, but otherwise the food and service was lackluster. I think I will look else where in the future as I wasn't impressed.